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Climate change phenomena (Anthropogenic and Natural)

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Francisco Lopez

3 weeks ago

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The jet stream has started an unprecedented shift north, which could wreak havoc on weather in the US and Europe

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The jet stream has started an unprecedented shift north, which could wreak havoc on weather in the US and Europe

Research shows the northern hemisphere's jet stream is migrating toward the Arctic, which may cause more droughts in Europe and warming in the US.

https://www.businessinsider.com/jet-stream-moving-north-climate-change-weather-2021-9

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Francisco Lopez

1 month ago

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Jet Stream Moving North

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The jet stream is moving north. Here's what that means for you.

The jet stream determines lots of large-scale weather patterns in the northern hemisphere, and its migration north could be devastating.

https://www.popsci.com/environment/jet-stream-moving-north/

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Francisco Lopez

1 month ago

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Solar ‘Superflares’ Rocked Earth Less Than 10,000 Years Ago—and Could Strike Again

Although our sun is considered a quiet star, it is now thought to have repeatedly pelted our planet with enormous eruptions in the not too distant past. Could another occur in the near future?

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/solar-superflares-rocked-earth-less-than-10-000-years-ago-and-could-strike-again/

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